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Fortnightly Bulletin - 2nd May 2022

Fortnightly Bulletin - 2nd May 2022

Climate change has caused a rapid warming of Scottish lochs and reservoirs, according to new research. A report by Scotland's Centre of Expertise for Waters (Crew) found that 97% had seen an increase in temperature between 2015 and 2019.

Linda Hustler Joins the EMS Team as Principal Water Quality Consultant     

Linda Hustler Joins the EMS Team as Principal Water Quality Consultant     

Linda Hustler has joined EMS as our new Principal Water Quality Consultant. Linda will be working with our clients to understand and develop the best solutions for their water quality requirements.

EMS' Marco Eulogi submits PhD thesis on benefits of the CENTAUR® system.

EMS' Marco Eulogi submits PhD thesis on benefits of the CENTAUR® system.

EMS' Marco Eulogi recently submitted his PhD thesis in which he demonstrated the benefits of the CENTAUR® system through simulations.

Fortnightly Bulletin - 18th April 2022

Fortnightly Bulletin - 18th April 2022

New nuclear reactors are planned to be built in the UK by 2030, under plans revealed in the UK governments Energy Security Strategy on 6th April 2022.

Do I Need CEMS? - Continuous Emissions Monitoring FAQ

Do I Need CEMS? - Continuous Emissions Monitoring FAQ

Continuous emissions monitoring systems (CEMS) are used to monitor emissions to atmosphere from industrial installations. It is a legal requirement for many sites in the UK, who may be unsure of their obligations under environmental permits.

Fortnightly Bulletin - 4th April 2022

Fortnightly Bulletin - 4th April 2022

Section 83 of the Finance Act 2022 is increasing the rates of landfill tax in England and Northern Ireland from the 1st April 2022.

Best Available Technique (BAT) and Regulation 61 

Best Available Technique (BAT) and Regulation 61 

If you have an environmental permit you may have been asked to provide the EA with information regarding ‘BAT’. BAT stands for ‘Best Available Techniques’. In this piece we explain BAT, how it ties in with your permit, and your legal obligations under Regulation 61 of the Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) Regulations 2016. 

Fortnightly Bulletin - 21st March 2022

Fortnightly Bulletin - 21st March 2022

There should be tighter measures to prevent sewage being pumped into rivers after 105,000 spills were recorded in Wales in 2020, according to a report.

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